ETHBTC Ratio Rises To 0.05, But What Happens At 0.16?


ETHBTC ratio or the ratio between Ethereum and Bitcoin prices recently rose to 0.05, the highest in 2 years. Ethereum has been outperforming Bitcoin lately, after ETH price shot up 49% in the last 30 days. According to the site RatioGang, there are several important milestones to consider at this point, since Ethereum has been a key driver of crypto growth and a key pillar of it’s infrastructure over the years.

ETHBTC Ratio - CoinGecko
ETHBTC Ratio – CoinGecko

The highest level for ETHBTC ratio was back in Jun 2017, when it reached a mark of 0.147 and Ethereum almost took over Bitcoin as the number one crypto-asset by market capitalization. Since then, prices of both assets have attained new highs and hence the ratio has changed. But as RatioGang notes, ETHBTC ratio should at least be 0.08 at this point, considering how well Ethereum has performed in infrastructure, adoption and usage metrics.

ETHBTC Ratio Peak Point 0.147 – Coinmarketcap

If the ratio now crosses 0.16, considering the present Bitcoin price, Ethereum would take over Bitcoin, in an event described as the flippening. At this point, Ethereum marketcap would become larger than Bitcoin. It must be noted that Ethereum already has a lead against Bitcoin in fees generated, value settled and number of transactions metrics. It’s a likely scenario considering the major upgrades planned for Ethereum in the future and the explosive growth over the years.

ETHBTC Ratio – RatioGang

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